That is in future tense...
No. The word "are" is present or future tense. The past tense would be "were".
"Can" doesn't have a specific future tense.You could use "be able to" instead for the future tense.Although "can" is the accepted answer, "able" would be a better used wordThe word "could" works well for past and future tense as in "he would if he could"
The Future tense of migrate is "Will migrate", the word (will) or (shall) can be use when the sentence is future. EX: My parents (migrate) "will migrate" to Canada next year
An example is "I am going to answer this question."
The word account can be used as a noun and a verb. If you use account as a verb, present tense is account, past tense is accounted, future tense - account and accounted can be used depending on the use of be verb. Example: Present tense: We account everything today Past tense: Everything has been accounted. Future tense: We will account everything tomorrow. Tomorrow, everything will be accounted.
'Now' talks about the present so it can only be used in the present tense.
* today I use * yesterday I used * tomorrow I will use
The word cut is both present tense and past tense because you can use it in something that has happened, happening or going to happen. It's also a future tense.
no. the word WOULD is the past tense of will...
Yes. For example, "They have in their possession..." can be changed from present tense to future tense by changing it to "They will have in their possession..."
Past tense - calculated. Present tense - I/you/we/they calculate. He/she/it calculates. Future tense - will calculate.
No, -ed is used for the past tense.
The future tense uses the helping verb "will." If you mail this letter today, the post office will deliver it tomorrow. Or, she is working hard on her project, and she will deliver the results by Friday.
Past - there is nothing like that to use grammatically, but the natural replacement is 'Was'. Future - will be.
The simple future tense refers to something that will happen in the future.It follows this structure:Subject + Will + Verb.e.g. I will sing.
It also use the auxiliary verb "will".The future perfect tense follows this structure:Subject + Will + Have + Past Participle.e.g. I will have danced.
"Give" is in the present tense, or could be future tense. "Gave" is in the past tense. Use give when you are talking about doing it soon, or in the future. Use gave when you are talking about something you already did.
i will wear that dress tonight. wear is more of a future tense word. hope this helps!
The spelling will stay the same as present tense. The use of "will" in front as an adverb determines the future tense (e.g. ' I will assign seats tomorrow. ' ).
Whenever you say "will" in spanish, you have to use some conjugation of the future tense. To conjugate verbs in the future tense, you leave the verb whole and add the future tense to the end. The future tense ending for 'He' is Ã¡ He will eat: ComerÃ¡ He will sing: CantarÃ¡ He will be: EstarÃ¡
To talk about something that is going to happen in the future.
The future tense is used to talk about something that hasn't happened yet but is going to happen at some point in the future. For example: I will study.
To use the word bask you would need to write the sentence in the present tense. Example sentence: When I go to the beach I bask in the sun. (basked is in the past tense, will bask is in the future)